Exercises for dysgraphia
The dysgraphia video package contains thirteen specially compiled exercise videos. These offer a unique way to alleviate the problems caused by dysgraphia.
If writing difficulties are not caused by an organic problem, the most common cause can often be found in immaturity of the nervous system. Since fine motor skills, muscle tone, and spatial orientation are all functions of the nervous system, immaturity can often manifest as symptoms of dysgraphia.
The symptoms of dysgraphia can be relatively easily alleviated with daily practice of only 8-10 minutes of the primitive reflex integration exercises featured in these videos. The purpose of these exercises is to generate stimuli to which the nervous system responds, resulting in the inhibition ("disappearance") of the retained primitive reflexes which are responsible for the symptoms of dysgraphia.
And that's not all. The effectiveness of the exercises is significantly increased by performing sensory exercises aimed at stimulating the functioning of the brain's left hemisphere. Five sensory exercises are featured in the final video in the package.
You can find more information about the relationship between primitive reflexes and dysgraphia in my book The Stephens-Sarlós Program.
When you rent the dysgraphia exercise package, you get unlimited personal access to view the exercise videos on the Vimeo platform for 1 year. You can read more details on the dysgraphia exercise package page on Vimeo.
To rent a video series, you must first register on Vimeo and then pay by bank card or PayPal. In case you need help, I created a page with instructions on how to purchase the packages.
You can also browse my other video exercise packages. If you have questions about the videos send them to questions.drsarlos @ gmail.com and I will be glad to help.
You carry out these exercises at your own risk. Always consult your child’s or your doctor if the child/you have any condition that may conflict with the performance of the exercises (including but not limited to stroke, cancer, epilepsy, shunt, and orthopedic disorders).